No one's been able to figure out Oregon's offense this year, and for the Trojans to have a shot, they're going to need great linebacker play.
Oregon's last loss came last November at the hands of USC, so it's safe to say that the No. 4 Ducks will be ready for the Trojans this time around.
Two years ago, the NCAA dropped what many thought was the kill shot to USC's program. But the Trojans haven't only survived thus far, but they have thrived in the aftermath.
USC's total of three players drafted was its lowest in 10 years. But it could have that many in the first round alone in 2013.
The USC Trojans are making final preparations for Saturday's spring game. Here are some things to watch for.
This week's Roundtable is all about the hardware, as the WeAreSC panel hands out its postseason awards.